22 Biggest Box Office Flops of All-Time

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20. Treasure Planet:¬†This 2002 Disney animated film lost the studio around $85 million, bringing home $109.6 million on a $140 million budget, although when adjusted for inflation it’s over $110 million. Disney’s attempt at a Sci-Fi adventure did get good reviews for the visuals, but the adaptation of a classic story into outer space simply didn’t work, including a cancelled sequeled.

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19. Town & Country: How can movie with Warren Beatty. Diane Keaton and Goldie Hawn do this poorly? Turns out in 2001, audiences were tired of the combo and the romantic¬†comedy story, with the $90 million budget (Without marketing) resulted in a meager $10 million box office return. Beatty didn’t appear in a movie for 15 years after this flop. The film has a 13% rotten tomatoes rating, and was a production disaster, released only 3 years after filming wrapped.

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18. Gods of Egypt: A weird attempt at a fantasy film based on Egyptian deities did miserably in the box office, grossing $150.7 million on a $140 million budget, losing $86 million in the process. Bad publicity before the movie came out doomed it from the start. It is nominated for six Raspberry awards, and just might be the worst movie to come out in 2016.